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this sudden outbreak of early onset 2016 fever? >> she had a breakfast with joe biden. >> there she was yesterday, lunching with the president. >> they had pasta, salad, grilled chicken and now a day later, the next day she's device president's residence for scrambled eggs. what was that all about? >> yeah, what is that all about, joe biden? learn to be a better host. don't just swirl some eggs in a pan. make some waffles or a quiche. go down to the farmer's market and get some fresh seasonal barries for god's saix. you're entertaining the woman swho going to beat new the next democratic primary. but no, john, don't get sucked in. don't get sucked in. but nowhere was the news that a woman ate an unprecedentsed two meals, greeted with more uncomfortably intense enthusiasm than with chris matthews. >> very flattering picture of her and the president sitting as equals as the president sitting with another president. very presidential picture over in the rose garden. she now is looking fabulous. i don't know, i know i shouldn't talk about looks with a woman but i'm just saying the way s
] [burping] >> bye-bye! [applause] >> stephen: tonight, will hillary clinton run in 2016? and will joe biden run into a glass door? then, a family activity gets a modern update. kids, if you don't stop fighting, this google car will turn itself around. and my guest, emily matchar says women are embracing traditional home making activities like canning and knitting. i'll join in the fun by working a 12-hour day and then having a massive coronary. simon cowell has reportedly impregnated his friend's wife. that is shocking. simon cowell has a friend. this is the colbert report. captioning sponsored by comedy central ( theme song playing ) ( cheers and applause ) welcome to the report. good to have you with us, thank you so much. [ cheers and applause ] >> stephen, stephen, stephen, stephen! [ cheers and applause ] >> stephen: welcome to the report. folks, i always try to keep a level head. you know i for one always try to keep a level head but even i am enraged by this bradley manning trial. first of all, that he had a trial. those prisoners in gitmo must be dying to know how he wrangled that s
president joe biden is swearing in former presidential aid samantha power. that ceremony by the way is closed to the public. power takes over for susan rice who's now becoming the new national security advisor. >>> the obama administration is reconsidering plans to meet with russia since russia granted temporary asylum to nsa leaker edward snowden. yesterday the white house suggested president obama may not meet next week with russian president vladimir putin as scheduled. president obama may boycott the upcoming g-20 summit in russia. >> we are extremely disappointed the russian government would take this step. >> lawmakers are urging the president to get tough. white house officials were not willing to say exactly what consequences might lie ahead. snowden granted -- was granted asylum in russia for one year. >>> time now just about 6:49. we've had problems around the toll plaza, sal. any better news? >> well, it's slightly better but it's still slow as you come into the bay bridge toll plaza because of an earlier crash. it is backed up all the way out to the mccarthur maze. a lit
!,, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. and vice obama president joe biden met with a group of tall -- top lawmakers thursday to discuss growing concerns about the nsa's broad surveillance programs. the meeting occurred just hours after russia granted nsa whistleblower edward snowden tipperary asylum for a year. snowden was the source behind a number of recent weeks about the nsa's ability to conduct surveillance across the globe. most recently, the guardian newspaper revealed the existence of a secret program called xkeyscore that gives nsa analysts real-time access to "nearly everything a typical user does on the internet" including e-mails, chats, and browsing history. the guardian has also revealed the u.s. government has paid more than $150 million to the q over they agency gch last few years to secure access to and influence over britain's intelligence gathering programs. on thursday, white house press secretary jay carney criticized russia for granting snowden asylum. >> we are extremely disappointed the russian government would take this step despite our
and economically that will weigh on this choice. >> samantha power, sworn in today by joe biden. there was a white house photo. no other coverage. but samantha power is the new united nations ambassador. her husband was an administration official standing there holding the bible. irish born. she was pulitzer prize winner and this is going to be a very different kind of u.n. ambassador. >> yeah. interventionist as well as we've seen back in the libya debate, with susan rice now as national security advisor. they are also going to have to get to work on how they deal with russia. >> thank you so very much, david gregory. and see you on sunday. >>> and we'll be right back. , they don't throw out as much pollution to the earth. so i feel good. i feel like i'm doing my part to help out the environment. >>> so what is behind the extraordinary measures taken to protect american diplomatic posts this weekend? joining me now is dan benjamin, former coordinator for counterterrorism at the state department and currently director of the sloan dickie center for international understanding at dartmouth college.
thought okay, that acronym spot on. there are a wtf moments throughout that speech. >> my buddy joe biden, besides his penchant for just making stuff up? >> so, angela, she does have a big platform, and she is out there slamming the president every day. does this have any effect on his agenda? >> i don't think it has an effect on the practical aspect of him being able to push his agenda. i do think when it comes to whether or not his agenda will be supported by a broader base than moderate republicans and by the democratic party, yeah, it creates more of the frustrating type of washington, type of inside the beltway we're used to at this point. they again voted 40 times now to repeal obama care and are back home to out the this mess in town halls. talking about dingbats, i would encourage her to listen to man in the mirror by michael jackson. >> karen finney and angela rye, i'm going to leave it on that one. thanks for your time. have a great weekend. >> thanks, rev. >> and watch disrupt with karen finney, weekends at 4:00 p.m. eastern, right here on msnbc. >>> up next, friend or foe, i w
farrow, joe biden's wife and lennox lewis, said, quote, can't believe the wife wants me to change the channel from "sharknado." not going to happen. that is kind of good. viewers are calling each other and going to see it t started out in the first 15 minutes of this film with 1.2 million at 9:00. ends up at 10:45. 1.6 million. look what happens they replay it. 1.9 million overall. finally 2.1 million. it's a phenomenon. ashley: it really is. lori: i'm moot sure people will leave their homes and pay theater costs to see this. >> here's the thing. if you can't see it again and all your friend talked about it, heard about it, maybe you would. it would be kind of a party. look what the director, the director made this film, reading a story on him. the guy had done only one sci film. it was called "boo." he said, quote, i figure five people would show up on twitter around four of them would tell me how much i sucked. instead he was totally surprised by the response. lori: it is missing a soundtrack like rocky horror. >> if they thought it would be what it was they would have done all
matters. on wednesday vice president joe biden held a briefing for a bipartisan group of lawmakers from the house and the senate. that briefing according to a separate u.s. official covered what that person called the full range of embassy security issues, including long-term investments, and this is important here, wolf, immediate threats. now, it is worth noting here, as u.s. officials are concerned that this current threat could be coming out of the arabian peninsula and perhaps yemen, the president of yemen was just at the white house yesterday for a face-to-face meeting with president obama and, in fact, the president praised the yemeni leader for making progress, he said, against al qaeda. here is what the president had to say. >> because of some of the very effective military reforms that the president initiated when he came into this office, what we've seen is al qaeda in the arabian peninsula or aqap moved back out of territories it was controlling. >> reporter: now, add to that during his briefing with reporters, white house press secretary jay carney was asked about an uptick
. in washington today vice president joe biden's war on summoned the power as the ambassador to the u.n.. you can see a picture of the vice president administering the oath of office at the white house one day after the senate confirmed her by the vote of 87-10. now we will show a portion of this morning's washington journal. >> if we turn away from the needs of others, we align ourselves with those forces which are bringing about this suffering. >> they ought to take advantage with nothing short of the public health [inaudible] certainly when somebody had their own agenda >> the concern for what is going on with american women. >> she becomes the chief confidante. >> many of the women that were first lady's a lot of the more feminist. >> they are and how many ways more interested as human beings than their house and because they are not first and foremost to find the political ambition. >> because you go to the white house today and it's really roosevelt's white house. >> i think in every case the first lady has done what was in her personality and interest. >> she wrote in her memoir i myself n
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